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01 May 2013

Resist with rub-ons

I decided to leap in & take part this month in the Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2013. 

His inspirational tag can be seen here.

So adapting his design to fit my own supplies, this is the end result.


I used 300gsm acrylic paper for my tag base & Bonjour rub ons by Kaisercraft.


I only have Distress Inks, so I used these to colour the background
(fired brick, broken china, peeled paint, mustard seed & spiced marmalade).


I overstamped with a few of Tim's Mini Muse stamps (CMS063), with Jet Black Archival Ink
(embrace imperfection, filmstrip & bingo card).


I used a domed glass embellishment from Eco Green Crafts (Glass Glintz) over some words cut
from my English Dictionary that I use in my craft projects (a charity shop purchase).


I added a brad over the top of the dome to give a similar look to Tim's faux enamelled tag
& some coloured fibre through the top.


Now to tidy up ...


12 comments:

  1. I love your gift tag ~ it's lovely and thank you for showing how you did it!

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  2. Cool tag! Love the glass dome and the gorgeous colors!

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  3. Hi Daisy, I love your words inside the charm. Great job! and thank you for leaving a comment on my blog for my tim holtz tag. http://www.flowerpower94.wordpress.com/tim-holtz-12-tags-may

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  4. Hi Daisy - funny that we should both hit on a similar solution to the enameled tag conundrum! Love those rub-ons and I really like your bright colours. Thanks for visiting me today - hope to see you again next month! Are you going to complete any of the previous tags or are you dipping in and out as the muse takes you? MMx

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  5. Such pretty colors on your tag, Daisy! Love your use the of the glass done...fabulous!

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  6. I love Paris! I love your Tag!

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  7. Great result - love the Eiffel Tower.

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  8. Beautiful tag Daisy! I keep meaning to have a go at Tim's Tags, but never quite get round to it! xx

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  9. Your tag looks great. I love how you adapted the proces to fit your supplies.

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